My name is Max Crull. I maintain achildseyes.com as well as many of our other websites. I don't usually post on this blog, but I'm doing so to test our new RSS feed and see if I've coded everything correctly. I might be posting on the blog a few times until everything works. These posts will probably be removed once I'm done here.
Each RSS feed entry will have a short summary of each blog post, as well as a link to the full post. The summary itself will contain up to the first 1100 characters of the blog post. So, in order for me to make sure that works, I'll breifly describe what my role is in this business. This shouldn't take to long.
If you've been to our Mechanicsburg location, you've may or may not have seen a guy going back and forth in the hallway, or the top of someone's head behind a computer. If you have, then that guy was me. Unless you've seen my brother Carson, who also goes back and forth in the hallways and hides behind a computer. As we both have been told, unless you know us personally, it's very hard to tell us apart. My brother is a bit more social than I am, however. If you get a call from us, and you hear a man's voice instead of either Danielle's or Jax's, that was Carson. I usually don't touch the phone, and at times this has lead to a dropped call. If this has happened to you when you've called us, that was probably my fault and you have my apologies.
My main job in the business is to cut the lenses to fit your eyeglass frames. It's not too difficult of a job, although I have made some mistakes on a few jobs. I'm not perfect, then again no one is, but I am a perfectionist. This is kind of a curse as the slightest mistake can be a burden on my mind for the rest of the day. I do feel like I've gotten better over time.
Cutting lenses is not the only thing I do. As I've mentioned previously, one of my jobs is to maintain achildseyes.com, the website you are probably on right now. Unless you're not, then in that case I don't know what website you're on. Anyway, I'm planning on making a redesign to the website in the coming year. My dad, Eric Crull, was the one who designed it originally. It's served us well for the past however many years we've had it, but it's about time for a new look.
I also do a few odd jobs. One of them in vinyl cutting. If you've been to our new building, you may have seen some eyeglass frame shapes on the building. I've designed those, among many other things. If you've seen a vinyl sticker in the building, I've probably cut it. In fact, yesterday I made a label for one of Danielle's spontaneous craft projects. Here's a picture of it:
Yeah, in case you didn't know, we all love coffee!
Anyway, that is, for the most part, what I do at A Child's Eyes. It looks like I've written enough for me to submit this now.
One last thing before I go. If you guys are having any issues when using our website, please feel free to shoot me an email. You can also leave a comment here if you'd like.